- Business Insider obtained a memo that Goldman Sachs sent to employees on Thursday.
- It details the bank’s reopening and testing strategy as it brings workers back to offices.
- Between 15 and 20% of Goldman Sachs employees have already returned to the office, Business Insider has learned.
- Goldman’s plan — our best look yet at a big bank’s strategy — involves using three kinds of coronavirus testing: antigen, PCR, and antibody.
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Business Insider has obtained a Goldman Sachs memo that sheds new light on how the marquee Wall Street firm is bringing employees back to the office.
The memo is dated October 8 and lays out the testing strategy that Goldman is using as one of the